EUROMED Migration IV: i.Map Migration Governance Traineeship

30 November -0001

The Traineeship, addressed to students and young professionals from EU MS and ENI SPCs, aims to strengthen their migration governance expertise with a curriculum designed to balance theory and content, with a more practical understanding of how different actors work together towards migration governance in the Mediterranean.

As an integral part of the i.Map migration portal, the trainees will also contribute the growth and development of the information tool, structured around research, data collection, data visualisation, and media engagement. The Traineeship will operate from ICMPD’s Regional Coordination Office for the Mediterranean in Malta, and will run every 3 months until mid-2019 for a total of 32 trainees. The first Traineeship cycle will start on the 1 May 2017, for a dedicated team of 4 trainees.

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